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[Warning] Heartburn Meds Boost Liver Disease 800%

There’s no doubt about it… heartburn can make you absolutely miserable.

But I wouldn’t risk my life to get rid of it – and I bet you wouldn’t either.

Big Pharma has made a fortune selling proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) like Nexium, Prilosec, and Prevacid to control stomach acid.

And over the years we’ve learned that PPIs are linked to everything from weakened bones to diabetes and dementia.

Now, researchers have just discovered another deadly risk associated with PPIs.

And it will make you think twice before swallowing that next pill.

New research, published in the Nature Communications journal, shows that – on top of all the other risks already associated to PPIs – these drugs dramatically increase your risk for liver disease.

And by a pretty huge amount, too.

You see, our stomach acid normally kills harmful microbes and helps us digest food.

But when you shut off that acid, it allows dangerous bacteria to grow and spread to your liver, triggering inflammation and disease.

Using a sample group of 4,830 patients, researchers found that those who were regularly using PPIs were 8.3 times more likely to develop liver disease.

I don’t know about you… but that’s not a risk that I’m willing to take.

If you or a loved one is experiencing acid reflux, skip the PPIs.

Instead, consult your doctor about what is causing the discomfort.

Instead, avoid heartburn triggers like spicy foods, fried dishes, processed sugar, gluten, caffeine, and alcohol.

But if acid reflux continues to rear its ugly head, try one of the many safe, natural options like probiotics, ginger, and peppermint.

Probiotics keep the GI tract balanced while ginger and peppermint are potent anti-inflammatories that promote gut health and overall wellness.

Each of these can be purchased at your local health food store.